The chapter gives a broad overview of the state and trends of human rights in Pakistan up to 1993. It covers both civil and political rights and economic, social and cultural rights. Sections on government position on human rights, the system of governance and political participation, equality and non-dicrimination and the rights of peoples and minorities are also included.
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